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story.lead_photo.caption Paige Cox, director of the Arkansas Better Chance program, and Breck Hopkins of the Arkansas Department of Human Services listen Monday as Arkansas Board of Education members debate proposed rules for a program that targets low-income preschoolers. ( Karen E. Segrave)

Members of the Arkansas Board of Education questioned on Monday whether proposed rules on religious instruction in preschools that receive public funding would adequately shield the state from potential lawsuits.

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Arkansas, Pages 7 on 02/14/2012

Print Headline: State panel weighs in on rules for proselytizing on state dime

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